Self Managed Super Fund
George Cochrane Financial expert George Cochrane answers readers' questions.
Sam Henderson Managing your own superannuation has many advantages but it's not for everyone - so who is it for?
Sam Henderson If you're going to mange your own superannuation, a written investment strategy is an essential element to your retirement success.
Financial expert George Cochrane answers readers' questions.
Sam Henderson One of the biggest differences of self-managed super is the ability to use borrowed money to invest.
Sally Rose The federal government is less likely to impose an outright ban on the $550 billion self-managed super fund industry borrowing to buy investment property, according to industry groups.
Richard Livingston Should I start a self-managed super fund? If you're asking that question of your own volition, the answer is probably YES
John Collett More people are accessing their super to pay for stomach surgery to control their weight as awareness grows that retirement savings can be used to pay for medical treatments.
John Collett Commissions are still with us when it comes to life insurance.
Noel Whittaker Superannuation is a tool, which when used properly is highly effective. But like all investment strategies it has a cost.
Daryl Dixon Superannuation fund investors will be hoping that the Treasurer delivers on this week's promise to present the super change legislation in parliament by the end of 2016.
John Collett Women's lack of appetite for investment risk is one of the factors that is leaving them worse off than men in retirement.
John Collett Industry Super Australia is alleging banks' front-line staff are spruiking the benefits of the banks' own super funds to their customers in a way that may be side-stepping financial advice laws.
Daryl Dixon The draft legislation contains tough and in some cases unrealistic valuations of the non-commutable defined benefit pensions received by retirees.
Annika Bradley Anyone can manage their own super fund and do a dismal job, safe in the knowledge that in a worst-case scenario they have the age pension as a backstop.
John Collett Super fund members have a right to know what their funds are doing with their money.
Noel Whittaker The super compromise is far from ideal but all we can do is play the hand we're dealt, so here are possible strategies to adopt.
John Collett Bank-owned super funds dominate the ranks of "Fat Cat Funds" with high fees and poor performance, according to a new report.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons It's time to tune into the US election. You may not get a vote, but you can prepare - financially at least.
Daryl Dixon Accumulation fund members are treated more harshly than defined benefit fund members under the new super rules.